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Patrick Jennings and Michael Emons

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  1. Post update

    Right, that's all from us today, thanks for reading. 

    Make sure you keep across the cricket, and Sportsday will be back tomorrow morning of course, from 08:00 GMT. 

    Until then. 

  2. 'Terror attacks serve as Euro reminder'


    Terror attacks in Belgium are a reminder of the "very high level of security" needed at Euro 2016 this summer, says France's interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve.

    At least 31 people were killed by Tuesday's explosions at Brussels airport and a city metro station.

    Cazeneuve said: "The events in Brussels remind us of the very high level of security which is necessary to ensure Euro 2016 is successful.

    "Euro 2016 should be a celebration but collective security is an obligation for everyone alongside the government."

    Follow the latest on the Brussels attacks with BBC News

    The scene in Brussels
  3. Pakistan need 58 to win


    Earlier on it appears I might have inadvertently jinxed Pakistan and Sharjeel Khan - just after I wrote about how well he was doing, he was gone. Bowled having made a very entertaining 47 from 25 balls. 

    Now, chasing New Zealand's target of 181, Sharjeel's side are 123-4. With just over five overs left they need to score 58 more...

    Follow live text, radio commentary and in-play highlights all in the same place, over here.

  4. Bouhanni claims second Volta stage


    "I wasn't in an ideal position but I made a real effort to get into position with 1.5km to go," Bouhanni said. 

    "My team-mates did really well to launch me. I'm hoping to get a third win after the mountains."

    Gianni Meersman finished second on the 178km run from Mataro to Olot, with Philippe Gilbert in third. 

    Tomorrow's stage is where it starts to get really interesting though - out towards the Pyrenees, north from Girona. Will Froomey stretch his legs?

  5. Bouhanni claims second Volta stage


    Nacer Bouhanni claims his second successive stage win at the Volta a Catalunya and preserves his overall lead.

    Ben Swift, who finished just behind Frenchman Bouhanni in Monday's opener, retains second position overall. 

    Swift's fellow Britons Chris Froome and Geraint Thomas are also racing for Team Sky at the seven-day event in northern Spain.

  6. Bentaleb out for six weeks


    Tottenham midfielder Nabil Bentaleb is ruled out for six weeks after undergoing knee surgery. 

    The 21-year-old has made 11 appearances for Spurs this season in all competitions, scoring once and providing one assist.

  7. Allen relishes Manic experience


    Earlier on (12:42 GMT) we told you that Manic Street Preachers are set to release the official anthem for Wales' appearance at Euro 2016.

    The song is called Together Stronger (C'mon Wales) and Liverpool midfielder Joe Allen loved the experience.

    "That was brilliant," says Allen. "I'm a big fan of the Manics and their music so to get the chance to meet them and be part of the song with them was incredible really.

    "I think it's a sign of how much all this has meant to everyone in Wales."

    Joe Allen
  8. What's for dinner/tea/lunch?

    Bit of plaintain on the side as well Chris? Sorry, Universe Boss?

    I've had two lunches today but that's made me hungry...

  9. Pakistan need 116 to win


    Sharjeel Khan is a man possessed. He'll be happy swatting the ball long into this Chandigarh evening.

    Pakistan have made a very impressive start to their innings against New Zealand - zipping  along to 61-0 after just five overs. Khan is on 47 from 24 balls as they chase The Black Caps' 180-5...

    Follow live text, radio commentary and in-play highlights all in the same place, over here.

  10. Bolton vice-chairman resigns


    Bolton Wanderers vice-chairman Brett Warburton has resigned following the recent takeover of the club.

    Dean Holdsworth's Sports Shield consortium and Ken Anderson's Inner Circle bought the club from Eddie Davies earlier this month.

    Trevor Birch and Terry Robinson have also left the club, who are bottom of the Championship, having helped facilitate the sale.

    The Trotters had a winding-up petition closed at the High Court on Monday after they paid their tax bill.

    Bolton Wanderers vice-chairman Brett Warburton
  11. Are you ready for the new season?


    BBC Radio 5 Live

    And if you tune in to BBC Radio 5 live at 20:30 GMT this evening you'll hear Caroline Barker and former England goalkeeper Rachel Brown-Finnis sharing their thoughts on the season ahead.

  12. Are you ready for the new season?


    BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    Who's going to be the 'new Leicester'? Can Liverpool Ladies bounce back from last year's disappointment? Or will champions Chelsea be too strong again?

    The new Women’s Super League season gets under way on Wednesday, so head over here for everything you need to know. 

    And here's another reminder - the first of 16 live commentaries across the season on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra starts tomorrow at 18:15 GMT with Manchester City v Notts County.

    Chelsea players celebrate
  13. Bertrand misses England training


    Ian Dennis

    BBC Radio 5 live senior football reporter

    Ryan Bertrand is the only absentee from England training.

    The Southampton defender is being assessed but his complaint/injury is unspecified.

    England are preparing for international friendlies against Germany on Saturday and the Netherlands on Tuesday.

    Ryan Bertrand
  14. Mikel set for China move?

    Football gossip

    According to the Evening Standard, Chelsea midfielder Jon Obi Mikel will consider leaving Chelsea for the China this summer.

    They say the Blues would consider offering the 28-year-old an extension on his current deal, which expires in 2017, but more lucrative offers from the Far East may prove too tempting...

    Jon Obi Mikel
  15. Newcastle say they did contact Gutierrez during treatment

    Jonas Gutierrez discrimination case against Newcastle

    Gary Smee

    BBC Sport at the Employment Tribunal Court in Birmingham

    Ex-Newcastle United midfielder Jonas Gutierrez is suing his former club over the way he claims he was treated when he was diagnosed with testicular cancer.

  16. Burgess cleared of serious injury

    Rugby League

    England forward Sam Burgess has been released from hospital after being cleared of serious injury during South Sydney's loss to St George Illawarra.

    Burgess, 27, spent two nights in hospital after Sunday's clash of heads with fellow Englishman Mike Cooper.

    He lay prone on the pitch for several minutes, while receiving medical care, before being taken off on a stretcher.

    MRI and CT scans showed no damage to the vertebrae or spinal cord and Burgess is expected to recover fully.

  17. Pakistan need 181 to win


  18. Say goodybe to Fifa rage


    Is defence the key? Playing against different opponents with different styles? Is it a mental thing? Or should you just play with Real Madrid? 

    If you've ever launched a game controller across the room in a Fifa rage, this is for you...   

    Watch here as some top Fifa pros at the Interactive World Cup in New York share some tips on raising your game.

    Fifa pros
  19. No contact from Newcastle during treatment - Gutierrez


    Gary Smee

    BBC Sport at the Employment Tribunal Court in Birmingham

    Ex-Newcastle United midfielder Jonas Gutierrez is suing his former club over the way he claims he was treated when he was diagnosed with testicular cancer.

  20. Newcastle go back to school


    BBC Newcastle

    What kind of an effect has Rafael Benitez had at Newcastle since replacing Steve McClaren? 

    To find out, BBC Newcastle has been speaking with midfielder Jonjo Shelvey, who's said it feels like he is "going to school again" with Rafa around.

    "You're always being watched - you feel like you're on trial if you like," Shelvey said.

    "Everyone's looking to impress and being a lot busier than normal."